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Mats Hammarstedt

Professor

Some of the questions Mats Hammarstedt tries to answer in his research:

  • Labor market integration of the foreign-born
  • Discrimination against different groups on different markets
  • Self-employment and its determinants
  • Housing segregation and its labor market consequences
  • Life satisfaction and job satisfaction among different groups

 

Mats Hammarstedt

Contact

Ph : +46 772 288 000
Mob : +46 730 619 194
mats.hammarstedt@lnu.se

Introduction

Mats Hammarstedt is Professor of economics (labor economics). He has studied immigrant integration from different perspectives. He has also studied discrimination against different groups on different markets and the effect of different factors, such as ethnic background, age and sexual orientation on employability. Mats Hammarstedt has also studied economic effects of refugee immigration.  

 

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Research on entrepreneurship

 

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Professor Olav Sorenson, Yale, is the winner of the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research 2018. 

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